Andrew Brooking’s future at Philadelphia’s Blaine Elementary School seemed uncertain. After four years teaching there, he was vying to become
The Pennsylvania Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would alter a wide range of state policies related to public education
The ongoing budget impasse in Harrisburg has been especially frustrating to Pennsylvania’s state-related universities, which have been counting on a roughly $650
Every state in the United States was required to submit a proposal to the federal government by last week about how it
In any contentious debate, getting two sides to agree to the same set of facts can be an elusive, frustrating
For years in Pennsylvania, school funding coming from state government was criticized as being irrational, unpredictable, and too-tied to backroom politics.
A new study finds that expanding the charter school sector in Pennsylvania creates a significant toll on traditional public school
A powerful coalition of Pennsylvania lawmakers is promoting a forthcoming education savings account (ESA) bill that would allow thousands of
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court delivered a ruling this week that gives traditional public school districts more power to limit charter school growth.
Last week, the Pennsylvania Department of Education released a draft of its plan to comply with the new federal education